Monthly Archives: April 2008

Find out how advanced biofuels will slow climate change

Biofuels from new sources such as switchgrass and algae will soon be widely and efficiently produced, thanks to ongoing industrial biotechnology research. BIO’s World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing will present the latest research on advanced biofuels and biobased products that provide sustainable climate change solutions. More than 25 top company executives will join 200 leaders from industry, academia and government scheduled to speak at plenary and breakout sessions during the World Congress. Find Read More >

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2008 BIO International Convention Show Daily

The Scientist, our trade publication partner for the daily newsletter at the convention, has extended their editorial submission deadline to April 30th. To submit newsworthy content, go to www.the-scientist.com/bio/index/ . Submit something today!  

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Tell the Real Story

A growing chorus of media reports have commented on recent dramatic rises in food prices across the world: Food Prices Rising Across the World — CNN.com Rising Grain Prices Panic Developing World — Washington Post United Nations Says Millions At Risk From Soaring Food Prices — Bloomberg Nearly all of these articles identify biofuels production as the leading cause. But a cursory glance at grain production statistics reveals that biofuels – certainly in the U.S., Read More >

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The “Global” Event for Biotechnology

The 2008 BIO International Convention will be truly global, with international case studies, global health breakout sessions and significant international attendance. Since 2006, international attendance has grown by more than 24% and now makes up more than 30% of the audience.  In 2008, more growth is expected from Asia and Latin America. Global health breakout sessions will cover research and development, partnership opportunities, and the new business models required to meet global health challenges. There Read More >

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